wait, try, decide.
I’m not going to do this with you as it will go on forever! You think Behringer makes stuff on a par with significantly more expensive manufacturers - fair do’s. I don’t, but neither do I see that as a problem. Seems a bit pointless to carry on.
Fair enough. I just don’t understand the complaint about the fan when it can be turned off and competitors have fans in their flagship products. Seems Behringer is judged by different standards than Moog.
Hah the crave is going to have transpose!
And apparently it have the same sequencer as the MS-101 and the Odyssey so maybe they too will have transpose …
Bring on the $300 B-MS Synthi!
While I never liked their mixers or anything else like that, I do think the vintage synth ‘market’ has lost touch with reality and I hope with a little competitive pricing will help level the playing field… not that one could actually get real synthi for $300 but for god-sakes, under 10k and not over 16k?
Not bad for €150 synth:
Much better demo than the first ones for sure
Ah, demo quality is improving.
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The topic is Behringer Crave - a reminder
You must be kidding.
Yet I am looking forward on giving it a hands on when it is released.
Sort of. Did you hear the other Behringer demos before this one? Yikes, imho. So, yes, I think they are improving. Improving does not mean I want them to release it so I can buy it on vinyl.
price is great for circuitbending
When is this thing going to be available?
I wouldn’t expect to see the Crave for quite some time now – though i am only judging by previous example from Behringer. I’m pretty sure they haven’t set a ship date yet. (Please anyone correct me.)
(I’m not judging Behringer here just reporting.) Behringer generally announces products early, and shows prototypes. This is prior to all the engineering that goes into manufacture. Since Behringer does so well in the area of cost reduction, the engineering and staging and set-up for that manufacture takes a little longer than other companies.
You can also tell it will be a while, in that they have not set a date yet. This is purely a guess, but i’d expect to see shipping start perhaps later in the summer (August?), it could be a month or so sooner, or much later.
I am looking forward with the Crave. I use a Neutron, and so the VCO will be similar – and that’s great.
well, thx for clearing that up. There’s no hint of a release date anywhere I looked. o.o
(But then again i could be totally wrong with Behringer’s production schedule given that they are choosing to produce tutorial videos like this.)
haha what if their tutorials were just the moog mother32 videos, and the manual was just a link to moog’s mother32 manual?